On a point of order, Presiding Officer. My app did not connect, but I would have voted yes.
D oes the First Minister agree that, if we are to keep the Promise, the significant progress that has already been made needs to continue and now intensify? In particular, does he agree that the whole family wellbeing fund is absolutely essential to providing the funding to transform services so that families are better supported and fewer young people need to enter care in the first place?...
This is my first speech here solely as the MSP for Glasgow Southside. It is also the first programme for government in 17 years that I have not been involved in as either First Minister or Deputy First Minister. To say that my perspective on politics has altered would be something of an understatement. From here, certain things look different—perhaps a bit clearer, in fact—than from in...
Scottish National Party MSP for Glasgow Southside
Entered the Scottish Parliament on 6 May 1999 — Election
Also represented Glasgow Govan; Glasgow
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